Let me first start off by saying that I would like to see some detailed analysis of this matchup and how it affects game planning for the Chiefs this week with the possibility of facing them again in LOS in the playoffs. I believe that for the remaining two games, the Colts absolutely must play off the momentum they gained against Houston and use the no huddle to get the offense in rhythm, spread the defense out and create room for the RBs running the ball and in the passing game. They need to prove that they can run this type of offense efficiently and consistently heading into the playoffs. However, should the Colts throw in a wrinkle in their playoff matchup if they face the Chiefs for the second time in just two weeks? Would the Colts be willing to run any read option plays in that playoff matchup? Should the Colts run a couple read option plays against KC this weekend, or next week against Jacksonville, to give the Chiefs something extra to game plan for? I'd like to hear your thoughts. Is there something else that the Colts could or should do to make game planning for them a little tougher? Is there something they should keep out of their game plan this weekend that may be saved for a potential playoff rematch?